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Bulgarian arbitrator Stanimir Alexandrov has survived an attempt by Pakistan to unseat him from an ICSID tribunal because of its reliance on a supposedly "rare" valuation method that he has also invoked in another case in which he is acting as counsel.
08 September 2017
As Ecuador awaits a final award in a denial of justice claim by a US pharmaceuticals company, details of the state’s two failed attempts to disqualify US arbitrator Stephen M Schwebel from the case have come to light, along with a decision on interim measures.
19 May 2017
At a time when challenges on the grounds of due process are causing concern, Matthew Parish of Gentium Law in Geneva has sought the removal of the tribunal in a long-running Stockholm shipping arbitration because of alleged ex parte communication and an accumulation of other complaints.
27 November 2016
The independence of a sole arbitrator at CMS in Zurich was not compromised as a result of counsel work undertaken by another firm in the CMS network, a Swiss court has ruled.
04 October 2016
An Italian arbitrator has instructed counsel to defend him in a US lawsuit where he is accused of taking a bribe to determine the outcome of a €3 billion dispute between former insurance partners.
08 September 2016
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